Author: Milena Guziak
Shinrin Yoku Poem
Shinrin Yoku, a practice born in Japan, encourages us to immerse in nature’s span, to embrace the serenity and beauty of the earth, and to bask in its healing powers. Science tells us that this simple act, can lower stress levels, boost our mood and fact, increase concentration, creativity, and energy, and even boost our…
Forest medicine, also known as Shinrin-yoku or forest bathing, is a practice that involves spending time in nature for the purpose of promoting physical and mental well-being. This form of therapy is rooted in the belief that exposure to nature can help reduce stress, improve mood, boost the immune system, and enhance overall health. Forest…
Eudemonic Wellbeing & Shinrin Yoku
Eudemonic wellbeing refers to a type of wellbeing that is achieved by fulfilling one’s potential and purpose in life, while Shinrin-yoku, also known as “forest bathing,” is a Japanese practice that involves spending time in nature to improve one’s physical and mental health. Shinrin-yoku is based on the idea that connecting with nature can have…
How great leaders inspire everyone to take action
Book that explores the qualities and traits of great leaders. The book argues that the most successful leaders are those who inspire others to take action, rather than simply giving them orders.
PN-EN ISO 9001:2015 for Our Shinrin Yoku Guide Trainings
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Research Project: Emotion Regulation & Nature
The aim of the study is to investigate whether nature connectedness can help in emotion regulation. Nature connectedness is the relationship between people and the rest of nature and examines an individual’s sense of their relationship with the natural world.
Nervous System, Trauma, and Shinrin Yoku
Trauma is considered to be a result of a single event, series of events, or set of circumstances, that is physically or emotionally harmful or threatening and that has lasting adverse effects on the individual’s functioning and well-being .
Nature & Wellbeing
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The physiological effects of Shinrin-yoku (taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing): evidence from field experiments in 24 forests across Japan
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Empathy has many different definitions, some with multiple parts. However, most definitions share the idea of one person’s response to his or her perceptions of another person’s current experience. Use of the word in English is relatively new, appearing at the beginning of the 20th century, often in discussions of art. Its origins are traced…